SEBASTIÁN
GENDER: Masculine
USAGE: Spanish
PRONOUNCED: se-bah-STYAHN   [key]
Meaning & History
Spanish form of Sebastianus (see SEBASTIAN).
Related Names
OTHER LANGUAGES: Sebastijan (Croatian), Sebastian (Danish), Sebastiaan, Bas, Bastiaan (Dutch), Sebastian (English), Sebastian, Sepi, Seppo (Finnish), Sébastien, Bastien (French), Sebastian, Bastian (German), Sebestyén (Hungarian), Sebastiano (Italian), Sebastianus (Late Roman), Sebastian (Norwegian), Sebastian (Polish), Sebastião (Portuguese), Sebastian (Romanian), Sevastian, Sevastyan (Russian), Sebastijan, Sebastjan, Boštjan (Slovene), Sebastian (Swedish)
Popularity
United States  ranked #34 
England and Wales  ranked #38 
Canada (BC)  ranked #53 
Australia (NSW)  ranked #34 
Austria  ranked #12 
Chile  ranked #5 
Croatia  ranked #97 
Czech Republic  ranked #32 
Denmark  ranked #21 
Ireland  ranked #98 
Netherlands  ranked #307 
New Zealand  ranked #59 
Norway  ranked #16 
Poland  ranked #45 
Sweden  ranked #63